Hotel La Suite Kobe Harborland
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We boarded the bullet train down to Kobe for the main event the second wedding of Alistair and Moeko Cox. These guys had got married earlier in the year in Australia and were exorbitant enough to have a second wedding to recognise the uniqueness of each culture. The ceremony was a traditional Japanese affair in Kobe, Moekos home town. Friday night we enjoyed an amazing dinner complete with a waitress kneeling on the table cooking whatever took our ...
... decent snow fall. I spent a day at a resort about 50 minutes way called Rusutsu. It is nowhere near as big as Niseko, but the terrain is quite different. Loads and loads and loads of trees and hardly any people there. It had a very good drop of snow overnight and we were finding powder stashes all day. ON the negative, I hit a tree pretty hard. Just couldn't turn in time and smacked into it side on at a pretty decent ...
... much room in my pack so I'm waiting to do my shopping. While walking around we ended up at the Canadian bar called Slices that Jord was talking about and it ended up being a great spot! They had a ton of super fun drinks and great pieces of pizza at really great prices. We started chatting with the owner who ended up being from Toronto but after falling in love while teaching here he decided to open up a bar and make Osaka his home. It was actually awesome meeting him and his staff ...
On route to Kyoto today we visited Kobe to sample their famous beef and to see a giant statue of ****** *insert bit about statue* The beef we had in a small resteraunt in the station so while it was not the most refined experience the beef was still amazing. It arrived on a skillet with a soy sauce glaze and really was delicious! Opposite the station was a unexpected gem of a temple so that got a visit too before hopping back on the train to head off to our next stop... ...
... us to show at the gate of our destination. In any case,
we made it to Shin Osaka in record time and tried to get our bearings
for the 10 minute walk to the hotel. This proved more difficult than
expected because Shin Osaka station is absolutely huge. We ended up
walking from end to end, getting differing directions from
information offices and locals. This was made all the more fun by the
fact that I was navigating a 2 meter, 32 kg ski bag around a ...